Your guess (or some ideas) for Nobel 2019

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In summary, the conversation discussed potential candidates for the 2019 physics Nobel medal and focused on the recent loophole-free Bell tests. Lukas suggested Alain Aspect as a potential winner, while also mentioning the possibility of it being a collaborative effort. Alain then suggested Anton Zeilinger as another potential candidate for his work on the loophole-free Bell tests.
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some collection of ideas (including against official Nobel rules) for Nobel prize 2019
Hi folks,

in some previous years, I think it was a bit easier (e.g., gravitational waves), but what is your guess for this year: who will / who should win a physics Nobel medal 2019? I'm also more interested in the actual research than in the individuals, so if you don't want to pin it to a single name or if it is a collaboration, that's fine. Just a collection of your thoughts...

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Alain Aspect.
 
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Good one, I like it. Maybe then also to some people for the recent loophole-free Bell tests? But there, I couldn't make a choice.

Anyways, other ideas?
 
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George Jones said:
Alain Aspect.
To piggyback off that: Anton Zeilinger.
 
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Zeilinger, for the loophole-free Bell tests.
 

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